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Title : RSVP Policy Control Criteria PIB
Author(s) : D. Rawlins, L. Yao, R. McClain, A. Kulkarni
Filename : draft-rawlins-rsvppcc-pib-02.txt
Pages : 26
Date : 24-Jul-01
This draft describes the use of COPS-PR for support of a PDP
provisioning a PEP with RSVP policy control criteria and defines a
RSVP policy control criteria PIB for this purpose. The RSVPCC-PIB
described in the document is provided for definition of policies that
are currently defined by the outsourcing model . It is designed
to be scalable and flexible as well as extensible for accommodating
future policy criteria.
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